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  • Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: Conquest of Shadows - Flames with In - Chapter 3

    Virgil here for a review. As a forewarning, I have not read the other chapters meaning that my review might be missing some context. The biggest constructive criticism that I ...

    Feb 20, 2022

  • Art » General, General
    Re: In A Museum I Lay

    First off, I wanted to go ahead and make a comment on the rhyme scheme here. No problem with rhyme as a concept or anything, but in this case it's ...

    Mar 22, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 25.1

    Yo there Blue. I'm catching up faster than I expected. The man led them down the tower staircase and through the fire station. It was alive with activity, more than ...

    Mar 31, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 24.2

    Yo there Blue. I'm back again for another review. Edna squinted as the rooftops neared. It certainly didn’t look unprepared for dragons, notwithstanding the continued sleep of the townspeople. There

    Mar 28, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 23.2

    Yo. I have two more reviews to plow through and finish--let's cut to the chase and begin. “Beatrice, dear,” she said, “would you be so kind as to run downstairs ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 23.1

    Yo. I'm back again. I guessed that Amir's collapsing is what caused the group to leave Kiernan waiting for so long. They were supposed to have left two days ago. ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Narrative
    Re: Chapter 14.2

    Yo there Silv. This is Kays here dropping in for another review on Review Day. This chapter definitely swings more your style in being intricate in detail and less heavy ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 22

    Hi there Blue. I'm back again. A chapter in Kiernan's perspective? Sweet. I have to say though that there's a shift in perspective when there are chapters when the audience ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 21.2

    I'm back again. What's up? Alright, I love how Edna's like 'Can I have a little bit longer?' by asking to name the carpet after dinner. That part at the ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 21.1

    Yo, Blue. I'm back again for another review on Review Day. Kiernan was gone. Now that they didn’t need him, he said he’d head to Dominion on his own, to ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Realistic, Romantic
    Re: Rhapsody In Blue - Chapter 1.1

    Yo there, Shey. This is Kays here dropping in for a review on Review Day--let's begin. May as well start with what seems to be the main course of the ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Humor
    Re: The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 20.2

    Yo, Blue. This is Kays here dropping in for a review on Review Day. For the Checklist Challenge I need a chapter numbered 20 or above and I remembered The ...

    Mar 25, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Narrative
    Re: Chapter 15.2

    Yo Silv. I don't believe I've read any of the other chapters from this novel, but since it's Review Day, why not? Let's delve right in. "Where's your energy?" The ...

    Mar 24, 2018

  • Short Story » Supernatural, Supernatural
    Re: The Fey Conspiracy: Part 1

    Hi there Adri. This is Kayla here dropping in for a review. Warning that I'm a little rusty, but let's see what I can do. I didn’t really expect to ...

    Mar 24, 2018


  • Hi there killeham. This is Kays here dropping in for a review on this Review Day. I'm a little rusty, but here we go. Let's begin with first impressions. There ...

    Mar 24, 2018


If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.
— Henry David Thoreau, "Walden"